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  • Dirty Dash 2013!

    Dirty Dash 2013!

    Saturday, July 13 2013 10:16 PM EDT2013-07-14 02:16:28 GMT
    Who doesn't like to get a little dirty every now and then? Well, today in Riverside State Park.More >>
    Who doesn't like to get a little dirty every now and then? Well, today in Riverside State Park, thousands of racers will start a race clean as a whistle, and end it filthy as a pig at this year's Dirty Dash! The course features obstacles designed to not only be challenging, but also to get the racers absolutely covered in mud! INSIDE>>>|SLIDESHOW! Over 650 Photos!|
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  • Runners Get Ready For The Dirty Dash

    Runners Get Ready For The Dirty Dash

    Friday, July 12 2013 7:14 PM EDT2013-07-12 23:14:24 GMT
    SPOKANE, Wash. – It's one of the wildest and dirtiest races you will ever run! This Saturday, Spokane will host Dirty Dash at Riverside State Park.More >>
    SPOKANE, Wash. – It's one of the wildest and dirtiest races you will ever run! This Saturday, Spokane will host Dirty Dash at Riverside State Park.More >>
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  • Reversing the blindness: Spokane surgeon gives the gift of eyesight in Honduras

    Reversing the blindness: Spokane surgeon gives the gift of eyesight in Honduras

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 9:27 PM EDT2018-05-24 01:27:27 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - One by one the patches are peeled away and the world comes back into focus. That’s been the experience for hundreds of Hondurans thanks to a Spokane surgeon whose mission is to restore eyesight in the small, Central American country. “It’s neat to see people that can see for the first time in years,” said Dr. Jon Haymore, an eye surgeon and MultiCare Rockwood. “It’s rewarding to us.” Haymore, his wife, and a team 

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - One by one the patches are peeled away and the world comes back into focus. That’s been the experience for hundreds of Hondurans thanks to a Spokane surgeon whose mission is to restore eyesight in the small, Central American country. “It’s neat to see people that can see for the first time in years,” said Dr. Jon Haymore, an eye surgeon and MultiCare Rockwood. “It’s rewarding to us.” Haymore, his wife, and a team 

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  • Domestic violence victim family spearheads movement to "end the silence"

    Domestic violence victim family spearheads movement to "end the silence"

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 9:24 PM EDT2018-05-24 01:24:29 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. -A family affected by domestic violence is working to end the silence. Tina Stewart was a mother of a two who police say was brutally beaten to death by her boyfriend, Nicholas Holden, the night before last Thanksgiving. Holden has since changed his plea to guilty to second-degree murder. Stewart’s family has worked tirelessly toward a solution to prevent this from happening to another family. Stewart’s uncle, Don Estes, says he hopes to see a registry of do...

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    SPOKANE, Wash. -A family affected by domestic violence is working to end the silence. Tina Stewart was a mother of a two who police say was brutally beaten to death by her boyfriend, Nicholas Holden, the night before last Thanksgiving. Holden has since changed his plea to guilty to second-degree murder. Stewart’s family has worked tirelessly toward a solution to prevent this from happening to another family. Stewart’s uncle, Don Estes, says he hopes to see a registry of do...

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  • Human remains found in wooded area of Tacoma

    Human remains found in wooded area of Tacoma

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 9:17 PM EDT2018-05-24 01:17:49 GMT

    TACOMA, Wash. (AP) - Human remains have been found in a wooded area below Stadium High School in Tacoma. The News Tribune reports the body's advanced state of decomposition made an immediate determination of gender, age and race impossible. Tacoma Police spokeswoman Shelbie Boyd says police received a call about the remains and had to use a ladder to reach the site which was heavily covered by blackberry vines. She says there was no obvious sign of the cause o...

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    TACOMA, Wash. (AP) - Human remains have been found in a wooded area below Stadium High School in Tacoma. The News Tribune reports the body's advanced state of decomposition made an immediate determination of gender, age and race impossible. Tacoma Police spokeswoman Shelbie Boyd says police received a call about the remains and had to use a ladder to reach the site which was heavily covered by blackberry vines. She says there was no obvious sign of the cause o...

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